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Cheap Restaurants Near Sagrada Familia


It’s the most popular attraction in Barcelona, so finding cheap restaurants near Sagrada Familia may require some Gaudi-like greatness to come up with a few options.

That said, I’ve found some great affordable set menus and tasty bocadillos to keep your travels within budget.

⚠️  2024 Warning ⚠️: It’s now mandatory to book your Sagrada Familia tickets in advance.

The only way to guarantee your spot is by booking tickets online.

Using the links below, you can even get no-risk free cancellation tickets:

Lock in a time for your dates ASAP or it’s likely you’ll be shut out.

Bar Bodega Can Ros: Located a 15 minute walk from the Sagrada Familia, they make excellent bocadillos both hot and cold. At lunchtime they also offer a set menu for €11.40 which includes an appetizer, entrée and dessert. Bodega Can Ros is located at Carrer Roger de Flor 303.

Bar Restaurante el Xuletò: A neighborhood restaurant popular with locals. El Xuletò simply offers solid, honest Catalan home cooking at a reasonable price. At lunch you’ll find a set menu at a respectable cost € 12.90. They also prepare bocadillos with ham, tortilla or sausage for €4.00 – €5.00. The restaurant is located in Carrer de Sicilia 263, 5 minutes from the Sagrada Familia.

Meson Los Ancares Bar Restaurant: This bar/restaurant is what Catalans would call a “de toda la vida”, which loosely translates to neighborhood joint. They offer homemade local cuisine and a €12 lunch menu that includes appetizer, entrée, dessert and a drink. You can find them at Carrer de Sicilia 285, just 6 minutes from the Sagrada.

Finally, the Sagrada Familia receives millions of visitors every year as post-COVID they’re not doing walk up tickets these days – they were long and boring anyway – so make sure you book your tickets in advance:

Lock in your timeslot now!

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If you have any additional questions about your quest for a cheap meal near the Sagrada Familia, don’t be afraid to get at me in the comments below!

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